Waffle House Shooting Suspect Jailed on Murder Charges

Waffle House Shooting Suspect Jailed on Murder Charges

Waffle House Shooting Suspect Jailed on Murder Charges

After a night out in downtown Tennessee, he ended up at a local Waffle House right before Travis Reinking, a 29-year-old Tremont, Ill. resident, opened fire. "Knowing that as he was working here and certainly after he left and under the conditions he left at".

The shooting occurred before dawn April 22, and a manhunt of the area concluded Monday afternoon, April 23, around 1 p.m. when the suspect, Travis Reinking, was captured and arrested by members of the Metro Nashville Police Department. At one point, he quit work believing police were following him and later drove to Last Chance, an unincorporated community in eastern Colorado, thinking it was his "last chance" to marry Swift, the report said.

He is being jailed in Tennessee without bond.

A Nashville judge has revoked the bond of a man accused of killing four people at a Waffle House restaurant.

"He's a good kid that went off the handle for some reason", said Dave Warren, who once worked with Reinking in Colorado. He got the gun away and threw it over a counter. The weapons were seized by authorities in 2017 but returned to the father with the understanding that he would keep them away from his son.

Weeks later, the younger Reinking showed up at the White House wanting to talk to Trump, and police arrested him for being in an unauthorized area.

Matthew Espenshade, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI's Memphis division, said Monday that "every federal resource was brought to bear" in Reinking's case after his arrest at the White House and an assessment the bureau carried out.

Waffle House Shooting Suspect Jailed on Murder Charges
Waffle House Shooting Suspect Jailed on Murder Charges

Expressing frustration about the criminal justice system's handling of people with mental illness, Hall said Tuesday that the Waffle House shooting was "evidence that we have too many guns and too many mentally ill people". However, Sustrich also claimed he exhibited signs of being paranoid and was delusional at times. IL officials said it was not clear if Jeffrey Reinking also could face local charges. The performer has a home in Nashville, though it's not her only residence.

"When I saw my window of opportunity I just took it", Shaw told Fox & Friends on Tuesday morning, adding that he initially started the fundraiser for the families of the victims who were lost in the shooting but "plans on helping out the ones who are still in the hospital", he said. But Nashville police chief Steve Anderson said Reinking came into the restaurant with a "lot of firepower", carrying four weapons.

Shaw was not immediately available for additional comment when contacted by Fox News on Tuesday.

Reinking apparently saved a low profile till current days. The BMW theft had not initially been tied to Reinking.

Reinking's grandmother, Marilyn Hopper, told CNN affiliate WSMV-TV that her grandson "was a sick boy" and she was devastated by news of the attack.

Using the car's Global Positioning System, officers tracked the auto to Reinking's apartment complex and recovered it.

"I'm just so sorry for those people and their loss and my heart goes out to them", Hopper said.

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